Giorgio Grimaldi

Associate Professor

Link Campus University - Rome

Course Catalogue

Giorgio Grimaldi is Associate Professor of History of International Relations at Link Campus University. Research Doctor in History of Federalism and European Unity (University of Pavia), he was a researcher at the Centro Studi sul Federalismo in Moncalieri (Turin) and research fellow at the University of Turin, the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa and the University of Genova.
He was adjuct professor of History of International Relations at the Università della Valle d’Aosta (2006-2016) and then at the Department of Political Science at the University of Genova, where he coordinated a series of integrative courses (History of International and European Environmental Policies; History of Ecological Thought; the Green Parties in Europe: origins, development and impact on the contemporary society) as well as the annual course of History and Institutions of the Middle Eastern Countries. Between 2013 and 2015 he was project manager of the European Projects of education aimed at secondary schools @School “Hopeurope” and EU@School “Hopeurope 2 at the Department of Political Science of the University of Genova.
In 2018, he was appointed adjunct professor at eCampus University, where he taught Political and Economic Geography. In 2014, he obtained the qualification of associate professor (sector SPS/06 - History of International Relations).
He collaborated with the CesUE (Centro studi, formazione, comunicazione e progettazione sull’Unione europea e la global governance), spin-off of the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa, where he os a member of the Scientific Board. He authored various publications - such as the monographies Federalismo, ecologia politica e partiti verdi (Milan, Giuffré, 2005) and I Verdi italiani tra politica nazionale e proiezione europea (Bologna, Il Mulino, 2020) - he participated as lecturer to various scientific conferences.

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